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EU-UK draft deal gets mixed reactions

The EU's response to the UK's reform demands have drawn mixed reactions in Brussels and London.

European Council president Donald Tusk put a proposal on the table on 2 February addressing the UK’s demands in four areas: economic governance and the Euro, competitiveness, national sovereignty and social benefits for migrants.

Cameron says the deal meets most of his demands, but Brexit advocates say the draft deal is not enough. For example, the Vote Leave campaign says the EU has “watered down” the UK’s demands and offers “empty promises” for change.

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